Poets & Writers

Baker Seeks Multiplicity of Voices

In August Atria Books will release , an anthology of short stories by emerging and established writers of color and indigenous people. Edited by Jennifer Baker, a writer and longtime advocate for minority representation in literature—she has worked for the nonprofit We Need Diverse Books and hosts the podcast —the collection features work by more than a dozen writers, including Courttia Newland, Yiyun Li,

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